We offer prompt, professional, courteous service with over twenty years of experience dealing with residential and small business clients offering them solutions and fixing their computer and network issues at reasonable rates.
Services we provide:
We work on desktop PCs and laptops
Virus, Spyware, Malware removal
Hardware upgrades and replacement
Custom computer builds
Data recovery and migration
Data backup solutions and implementation
Software installation and troubleshooting
Format and install operating systems
Set up, troubleshoot and secure wired and wireless home or business network
MS Server and Active Directory installation, troubleshooting and maintenance
Set up and troubleshoot printers, scanners, copiers and other peripherals
Install and configure VoIP systems
Install and configure and NAS devices
Set up remote access software
Set up and configure cloud based services
Hardware/Software purchase consultations
We work on various Apple products as well.
If something is not listed above it doesn’t mean we don’t do it.
We service Angier, Apex, Cary, Duncan, Fuquay Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Lillington, Raleigh, Willow Spring and surrounding NC areas.
Voted best of 2015 and 2016 and rated top Pro 2017 and 2018 on Thumbtack .
Security conference season in full swing. iPhone X takes over a third of ALL smartphone profits. Google tries to fix messaging again. Who do you trust with your data? IRS servers down on Tax Day. SCOTUS dismisses DOJ vs Microsoft: CLOUD Act makes it moot. Twitter bans ads from Kaspersky.
Mark Zuckerberg comes out of his Congressional testimony unscathed. China will dominate AI in the coming decade. HomePods are not selling like HotCakes. Apple leaks leakers leaking leaks. Waymo wants to test truly driverless cars in California.
Facebook issues the latest in a long string of apologies.YouTube shooter and the lure of fame. Apple plans its own chips for 2020, Mac Pro for 2019. Is Amazon spending too much on video? Terry Myerson out at Microsoft – the end of the Windows era. FBI seizes Backpage.com.
This week we discuss “DrupalGeddon2”, Cloudflare’s new DNS offering, a reminder about GRC’s DNS Benchmark, Microsoft’s Meltdown meltdown, the persistent iOS QR Code flaw and its long-awaited v11.3 update, another VPN user IP leak, more bug bounty news, an ill-fated-seeming new eMail initiative, Free electricity, a policy change at Google’s Chrome store, another “please change your passwords” after another website breach, a bit of miscellany, a heart-warming SpinRite report, some closing the loop feedback from our terrific listeners, and a closer look at the Swiss encrypted ProtonMail service.
Best April Fools Tech Jokes. Cloudflare’s 220.127.116.11 DNS service. Apple’s Education Event. US wants visa applicants’ social media accounts. Tim Cook talks privacy. Ready Player One review. SpaceX’s satellite internet plans. Fatal Tesla crash.
More revelations in the Facebook / Cambridge Analytica scandal. Congress sneaks the CLOUD Act into the omnibus spending bill. Craigslist takes down personal ads in first of many unintended consequences of SESTA/FOSTA Act. Uber may be at fault for self-driving death.
Controversial RyzenFall AMD flaws revealed. Leo gives up Facebook for good over Cambridge Analytica scandal. Broadcom gives up its Qualcomm takeover. Apple announces an education-themed event on March 27th. Farewell Adrian Lamo. Theranos officially charged with fraud. Bitcoin mining will drain the world’s energy.
SXSW features killer robots and killer barbeque. Alexa’s spontaneous laugh makes us afraid of an AI takeover. Amazon wants to take over your checking account. Can blockchain reinvent fintech? Android users more loyal than iOS users. Is AI really all that smart? Apple hires M. Night Shyamalan. Millennials love Apple more than anything. Mario takes over Google Maps. Facebook asks if pedophilia is ok. On Twitter, fake news spreads faster than the truth. China’s new Department of PreCrime.